عنوان مقاله [English]
Statement: Sohrab Shahid Saless is one of the most important directors of Iranian cinema during the pre-Islamic era. He was able to establish a new stream of Iranian cinema with his works of cinema, including films (A simple event) and (Still life). Slowly The elements of Shahid Saless’s cinema are based on unusual cinema that can be considered close to the interpretation of French contemporary philosopher Jean-François Lyotard. Lyotard believes that if we interpret the cinema as writing with motion, then two categories of movements (excessive movement) and (excessive stagnation) are considered to be nasty, because in fact the rejection of all that is We know the contractual rules of the film in the cinema. These two types of moves can even be recognized and emphasized in certain scenes of the films. The cinema of Sohrab Shahid Saless is a cinema that according to the historical, cultural, social, political and economic foundations of the 50s, 60s and 70s, has a different course with the cinema of the body or the mainstream of Iran, and has succeeded in following the principles of Lyotard’s nobility and The rule (excessive stagnation) and (non-returning or libidical) in the design of elements of narrative and lightweight is a new expression in the cinema.
Purpose: To introduce Shahid Saless’s cinema as a manifestation of the presence of stream (Acinema) in Iran
Research method: The research methodology of this paper is based on descriptive-analytical approach and the library method has been used in collecting information.
Conclusion: Sohrab Shahid Saless, with an emphasis on the realist world-wide process of national-cultural-nationalist struggles against imported thinking from the vulnerable economy, as well as the movement based on the persistence of Iranian-Islamic mysticism, created a new intolerance in Iran. The films (a simple event) and (still life), produced in the years 1974 and 1976 by Sohrab Shahid Saless are successful examples of the current (Acinema) flow in Iran.